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A quick roundup of the news in Telecoms | Week #44

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Deutsche Telekom leads the new 6G project

The research initiative is a part of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research’s “6G Industry Projects for Research into Integrated Systems and Sub-Technologies for 6th Generation Mobile Communications” program. Nine partners from business and academia came together to launch the “6G NeXt” (Native Extensions for XR Technologies) initiative last week in Berlin. The 6G NeXt project will provide a scalable, modular, and adaptable end-to-end infrastructure that will be used as a test bed platform for research on sophisticated XR applications at various locations.

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Oracle releases Oracle Public Safety Services

Oracle has unveiled Public Safety Services, a new digital platform designed for law enforcement and first responders. The platform offers a single hardware and software package meant to eliminate data silos. The suite is CJIS1 compatible and built on the performance and scalability of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). It helps agencies of all sizes get up and operate quickly, lowering costs and increasing security.

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TrueConf announces new video meeting solutions

TrueConf is excited to present cutting-edge video communication technologies driven by AI at InfoComm Southeast Asia 2022. TrueConf 8 is a video conferencing and team messaging program that is self-hosted and includes intelligent noise suspension and virtual backdrops. In addition, TrueConf Room, a 4K video conferencing software for meeting rooms of any size that offers AI-based conference participants framing and layout compositing from a single video to produce a professional and faultless visual experience, will be on display at the exhibition.

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Ribbon announces an extension to its Ribbon Connect portfolio

Ribbon Communications Inc. unveiled Ribbon Connect for Webex as a significant addition to their Ribbon Connect product line. Through the use of Cloud Connect, the new solution enables service providers to quickly supply phone services to Webex Calling deployments all over the world. Ribbon’s wide array of SBCs and Voice Threat Prevention technologies are completely supplemented by the Ribbon Connect architecture.

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T-Mobile and Sinch to deliver NextGen 911

T-Mobile and Sinch collaborate to create NextGen 911 Real-Time Text (RTT). This pioneering RTT system is presently in use at a Hood County, Texas, Emergency Communications Center (ECC). T-Mobile users may connect with 911 using both text and voice. Messages can be sent and read simultaneously without the use of teletype (TTY) equipment.

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